Developed in the late 1960s early 1970s, the Village of Spyglass Hill is characterized by the mesa ridge overlooking Newport Beach it sits atop. Located across from Newport Center, San Joaquin Hills Road to the west and MacArthur Blvd to the north define the village area.
Located between Newport Beach and Laguna Beach, approximately a mile inland from the Pacific Ocean, is the Village of Pelican Crest. This village consists of fewer than 100 custom homes, most of which boast ocean views. Pelican Crest is defined by Newport Coast Drive to the south and and Pelican Hill Road to the north and east.
Pacific Ridge achieves a serene harmony of home, land and sea. Homes are surrounded by natural canyons abundant with wildlife – land that will be preserved in its natural state forever.
Just beyond a dramatic, tree-lined gated entry, four neighborhoods of Tuscan-style homes will occupy the ridgeline. Rich colors, stone accents and distinctive rustic architecture will complement the surrounding countryside making your home feel as if it was always meant to be here.
Approximately two miles inland from the Pacific Ocean, atop a large mesa is the village of Newport Ridge. Surrounded by a local open space system, including Buck Gully and Coyote Canyon, Newport Ridge is connected to regional open space areas.
Special attention was paid early on in the course of development, early to mid-1990s, to the grading process because of its unique location. It was important to consider possible vistas of surrounding open space, night lights, distant ridgelines and the Pacific Ocean.
Additionally, the street systems of Newport Ridge are centered around a loop connector, which provides access to the village center as well as neighborhood parks. It also was designed to allow for convenient access and smooth circulation while discouraging through traffic in residential areas.
Located south of the 73 toll road and adjacent to Upper Newport Bay, the Village of Newport North is primarily made up of apartment home communities. Newport North was developed in the late 1980s.
Newport Coast is a prestigious, world-class community encompassing the grand coastal landscape between the resort cities of Newport Beach and Laguna Beach and including Pacific Ridge and Crystal Cove. Sensitively planned and beautifully realized, this luxury community features neighborhoods from the coastal canyons to the Pacific Ocean. Generous preserved open space, majestic landscapes with panoramic views and nature trails all contribute to the natural beauty of this area.
Outstanding public and private schools serve the community, and neighborhood park and play areas enhance daily enjoyment of the area’s ideal climate. Mediterranean inspired neighborhoods are situated away from busy traffic, adding to the sense of private exclusivity that characterizes this community. The spectacular fairways of Pelican Hill Golf Club blend with the coastal terrain, and the attractions of the Fashion Island Shopping Center are moments away.
Situated on a mesa hillside across from Newport Center, Harbor View was built in the late 1970s. The community borders San Joaquin Road to the west and MacArthur Boulevard to the south.
Built in the early 1960s, Eastbluff was one if the first planned residential villages of The Irvine Ranch® and remains as popular today as it was when it opened nearly five decades ago. Located in the heart of Newport Beach, the Village of Eastbluff overlooks the Back Bay and Newport Bay.
The thoughtfully planned community of Crystal Cove features custom, luxury homes that are located on the spectacular stretch of coastline between Newport Beach and Laguna Beach. The community of Crystal Cove borders Crystal Cove State Park and 3.5 miles of coastline. Residents can explore the community’s 3,674 acres of protected natural wilderness with trails popular for hiking, horseback riding and camping.
The locale also offers a rich array of shopping and dining destinations. The Crystal Cove Promenade is within walking distance for Crystal Cove residents and includes specialty retail shops and casual dining options. Also nearby is Fashion Island in Newport Beach, which offers more than 250 stores and restaurants and a variety of special events.
To learn more about Crystal Cove, please visit Crystal-Cove.com.
Bonita Canyon is located just south of the San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor, bordering MacArthur Boulevard and Bonita Canyon Drive. Developed in the late 1990s, Bonita Canyon is defined by the local mesas. Slightly more than 50% of the community’s total acreage is dedicated parks and open space.